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The REN proposes Garry Conille as Prime Minister of the transition

  • May 13, 2024
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Ravensley Boisrond

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Former Haitian Prime Minister, Garry Conille. PHOTO: THONY BELIZAIRE, AFP

The Rassemblement pour une Entente Nationale (REN) officially proposed Garry Conille for the post of Prime Minister of the Transition in a letter dated May 13.

The REN, already represented on the Council through Régine Abraham as an observer member, underlined in its letter that “Dr Garry CONILLE through his exemplary career marked by integrity and competence as well as his strategic vision of Public Policies, s “is highlighted as the ideal candidate for this function.” Conille’s skills in public administration, his international experience, particularly within the United Nations, and his deep understanding of national challenges are all assets praised by the REN.

In addition, the REN says it ensured that all the documents required by the Presidential Transitional Council were provided so that Conille’s candidacy complied with the requirements in force. They express their conviction that the choice of Conille as Prime Minister of the transition would be beneficial for the whole country.

In a press release, the Presidential Pransition Council recalled that all applications must be presented by a sector that is part of the CPT or adhering to the Agreement of April 3, 2024. In accordance with article 6 of this agreement, the Prime Minister minister will be appointed by the Presidential Transitional Council in consultation with the signatories of the April 3 agreement and other political and civil society entities, on the basis of a list of one name submitted by each of the sectors, not exceeding a total of 15 applications.

Garry Conille, born February 26, 1966 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, is a physician and former Prime Minister of Haiti under Michel Martelly from September 2011 to May 2012. After his term, he was named regional director of the UNICEF for Latin America and the Caribbean in 2023, overseeing activities in 36 countries and territories in the region.

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